LEA Project is organising a Webinar Series especially dedicated to Procurers


    LEA Project – in which INOVA+ is partner – is organising a webinar series under the title ‘Procuring Resilient Education Technology’. This series bring five webinars, exploring the basics of how procurement can learn from this current crisis, and procure effective learntech now and in future.

    Three webinars were already organised in the past weeks. Two more will be organised during the upcoming weeks. The agenda is as follows:


    • Webinar 22: 27 May 2020
      Topic: Innovation procurement – your questions answered
      Expert: Sara Bedin, European Innovation Procurement Expert
    • Webinar 23: 10 June 2020
      Topic: Find future funding – how to find partners and apply for future learntech projects
      Experts: Ellinor Wallin, EUPK & Philipp Schüßler, Researcher Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg (TBC)

    The webinars are free, but registration is required. Please register here to attend. 

    You can find more details about LEA webinars, by accessing the following here.

    Besides the LEA webinars, interested procurers might have access to exclusive services/ tools developed by LEA Project – as it is the case of LEA Procurement Idea Tool. To access these tools, procurers need to become members of LEA Network, by completing this free form.


    LEA (project no. 779803) is funded by H2020 Programme of the European Commission. LEA aims to accelerate knowledge transfer, dialog and awareness raising of innovative procurement within the learning technology sector. INOVA+ is the partner responsible for design and implement capacity building events on PPI and PCP (with the necessary support materials); prepare the soil for future PCP and PPI processes; and prepare scenarios and business cases and transforming challenges into technical requirements.

    All the activities of LEA project can be consulted in its website. If you need more information, please do not hesitate to send an email to tania.moreira@inova.business.